think twice

  1. consider and reconsider carefully
    Think twice before you have a child
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How To Use think twice In A Sentence

  • But proposed regulations may force people to take stock of their daily energy consumption and could make us think twice about our festive decor. Times, Sunday Times
  • A local Burmese solidarity group wants you to think twice about the country of origin of your favourite soporific.
  • A previous divorce can make you think twice about getting married again.
  • You are advised to think twice about trying to fan the embers of a dying love affair.
  • Think twice before banging crank.
  • If one goes by the findings of behavioural studies, one would think twice before assigning baby-sitting functions for the telly or hold back from going ga ga over the toddler who lisps ad-lib.
  • The Forestry Commission is urging Yorkshire landowners to think twice before felling trees to ensure their actions do not fall foul of the law.
  • He told me to think twice before speaking.
  • As if that wasn't enough Clyburn again stepped out in the media a month or so later right here on CNN, warning about his fellow representatives were grumbling to him they were worried and warned the voters in the upcoming state to think twice before they went to the polls yet Clyburn would not say what they were saying or who was stating their concerns. Public option may be dropped from final health care bill
  • They might think twice before spreading their own particular brand of mayhem and destruction. The Sun
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